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Representing Nonhuman Animals Conference: recent developments in animal law
April 25, 2022 @ 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
12:45 – 1 Refreshments (PCL048, Palatine Centre)
1-1:15 Welcome from Durham A-Law Chapter and Introduction by Debbie Rook (PCL048)
1:15 – 2:05 PANEL 1 Animal Welfare (PCL048)
- Conor MACKLIN (LLB Newcastle University): Fish, The Forgotten Farmed Animals
- Melissa KNOTT (MSc University of Glasgow): Policy, Private Standards, and Public Attitudes: A Comparison of Animal Welfare Standards Between the UK and Denmark
- Md Mominul HAMID (LLB Northumbria University): Why Should We Care About Chickens?
2:10 – 3 PANEL 2 Interdisciplinary Perspectives (PCL048)
- Maja WRÓBLEWSKA (BA University of Warsaw): Ableism and Speciesism: The Juxtaposition of Disability and Interspecies Studies in the Pharmaceutical Industry
- Phoebe GLIDE (LLB Newcastle University): Dismantling Dominance: An (Intersectional) Feminist Critique of Animal Oppression
- Vanessa GARBINI-GISCHKOW (LLM Lewis & Clark Law School): Can Animals be Refugees?
3 – 4 BREAK (PCL054, Palatine Centre)
4 – 5:05 PANEL 3 Companion Animals (PCL048)
- Jayden JOHNSON (LLB Northumbria University): The Invisibility of Mental Disability: A Critical Analysis of No Pet Covenants in Residential Leases in England and Wales with Reference to the Equality Act 2010 and Suggestions for Reform
- Charlotte EDGAR (LLM Lewis & Clark Law School): ‘Dognapping’ in the UK: Does the Theft Act 1968 Provide Appropriate Protections to Companion Animals?
- Ella WILBURN, Jenna METCALFE, Dan ANDERSON and Beshanka SIDOU (Policy Clinic, Northumbria University): An Empirical Study into Private Landlords’ Views of Renting to Tenants with Pets in England
- Gretta DATTAN (MCL University College Dublin): Lemurs in (Legal) Limbo? Regulating the Exotic Pet Trade in Ireland
5:10 – 6 Ph.D. PANEL (PCL048)
- Sandrine LAGE (Sorbonne Paris IV): Wild Animals Less Equal than Others? Representations of Wild Animals in French Media
- Scarlett SWAIN (Durham University): Utilitarianism and Lab-Grown Meat
- Dara EISEN (Durham University)International Law, Whaling, and Culture: How do we Balance Human and Animal Interests?
5:55 – 6 Closing Remarks (PCL048)
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